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Hydrangea Landscaping

Shade Container Gardens | Hydrangea Blue Wave, Hosta Francee and Ivy, container gardening, color and texture in a container

  • weeSpring

    Fabulous combo of Hosta with hydrangea....however I would think it might quickly outgrow the container! We like Hosta with impatients as well!

  • Kathy Huck

    What is hydrangea blue wave? A type of wave petunia?

  • Rosanne DiCenso

    Hosta overlooked as a great container plant!

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How to grow beautiful Hydrangeas. Also, includes tips for changing the color of the blooms with the soil.

For front "yard." Would love to get rid of current bushes and replace with hydrangeas, but it gets very little sun up there.

  • Renate Roth

    My limelight hydrangea did not do well in the shade. I had to move it to a sunnier spot and it is doing much better.

  • Judy Dooher

    Those look like miniatures. . .no?

  • Katie Strickland

    They don't like a lot of hot sun - especially in the afternoon.

  • Shannon Baker

    Hydrangeas actually do well in partial shade. :)

Curved, asymmetrical beds hide open space under the porch and provide color and interest with a mix of flowering and evergreen plants. A mophead hydrangea greets visitors at the stairway with big orbs of color in the summer, while a blue juniper and a fine-leaved azalea anchor the bed in every season.

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Schloss Wackerbarth’

Select a Color Theme. Maximize the power of color in your shade garden by choosing only one or two hues. This garden, for example, relies on tones of pink and burgundy from hydrangea and impatiens and Japanese maple foliage. With the wide range of shade plants available, you can create a theme in almost any color.

-- Tall shrubs, loosely shaped into mounds, offer a backdrop to the waves of flowers. -- A trellis up one side and over the front door provides an easy, inexpensive way to train a climbing vine. -- Repeating plants and colors, such as patches of Endless Summer hydrangea, daylilies, and astilbe, maintain consistency in the large front yard garden.

Hydrangeas as a favorite place? Yup, they're my favorite flower and bring me back to summers on Cape Cod at my grandmother's cottage.

Here's an idea for a Washington back yard. The Hydrangea,Daylilies and White Lilacs are beautiful.

pea gravel + ornamental grass + Annabelle Hydrangea...is the grass Prairie Dropseed?

Looking for idea for front flower beds. This might work!

Tips for Growing {Blue} Hydrangeas! I have never managed to maintain a blue hydrangea and I love them. Even Nikko blue went a mottled pink here! We have a thin clay soil over chalk, in fact we are 100 yards from an old chalk quarry, now landscaped. Even my white hydrangeas end up pale pink, my next door neighbour has done it though by planting a rusty iron bar right underneath his plants.....

Hydrangea Annabelle with Agapanthus, Salvia 'Mainacht' and Echinops retro

Hydrangeas Landscaping Idea. Southerners love these plants!

Hydrangea Magical Amethyst Produces giant spherical flower heads that open lime green that change to pink then back to soft green with pink edges. A really good flower to cut for a vase. The plants are very compact and reach only 80-90cm.

My favorite annabelle hydrangea...perfect for our Michigan weather.

Annabelle Hydrangeas are in full bloom. The planting bed is edged with Lambs Ear.

Endless Summer Hydrangea - our experts can guide you on how to get this shrub to bloom either blue or pink!

landscaping with hydrangeas in the hamptons | Also from hamptonsgarden.bl...

Boxwood border with hydrangea...

Foundation Plantings with Boxwood, Hydrangea and Periwinkle

Hydrangea paniculata grandiflora - trimmed into tree form - nice option for some incorporated into the landscape